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Continued: Chart: How MLB instant replay will work

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• Batter hit by pitch

• Timing play (whether a runner scores before a third out)

• Touching a base (requires appeal)

• Passing runners

• Record-keeping (ball-strike count to a batter, outs, score and substitutions)

More questions

Q How many challenges does a manager get?

A Each manager can challenge one call per game. If the challenge is successful, the manager gets a second challenge. If a manager is out of challenges — and if the game is in the seventh inning or later — the umpires can call for video review.

Q What’s not reviewable?

A In addition to balls and strikes, managers cannot challenge obstruction, interference calls and check swings. Also, the so-called “neighborhood play” will stand, with the second baseman or shortstop not strictly required to tag second base if he is vulnerable to a sliding runner. However, the umpires may still convene on the field at any time to discuss a play.

Q Will there be changes to the way home runs are reviewed?

A Home run calls that have in the past been subject to instant replay review will continue to be reviewed at the crew chief’s discretion. Managers may request that an umpire review a home run call, but they cannot challenge home run calls.

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  • Minnesota Twins manager Ron Gardenhire, left, argues with umpire Joe West in the eighth inning of a baseball game against the Cleveland Indians, Wednesday, Sept. 19, 2012, in Cleveland. A line drive by Joe Mauer was initially ruled a single, but the umpiring crew met and concluded Cleveland Indians left fielder Vinny Rottino made the catch. (AP Photo/Mark Duncan)

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